Brabus have worked their magic once more, this time on the latest Mercedes-AMG E63 S.
The stock car has 612PS (603hp) and 850Nm (627lb-ft) of torque available on tap, but after the tuner applied its plug-and-play auxiliary control unit, it now makes 700PS (690hp) and 900Nm (664lb-ft) of torque.
After receiving the healthy power boost, the saloon takes at little as 3.2 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h (62mph), while the estate, which can also be fitted with the same upgrade, is just 0.1sec slower. Both cars tap out at 300km/h (186mph), but the top speed will increase furthermore in the near future, with a Vmax unit, which is in development.
Your neighbors don’t even have to know that you have applied this plug-and-play unit to your AMG E63 S, as Brabus also offers a stainless steel exhaust system, with electronically controlled flaps, for a quieter ride, made possible by selecting the ‘Coming Home’ feature from the cockpit.
Those looking to match the look of the super saloon/estate with its new grunt can also choose the aerodynamic body kit, made from carbon fiber, optimized in the wind tunnel. This adds larger air intakes on both sides of the front bumper, spoilers on both ends, and diffuser insert. The wheels, up to 21-inch in size, wrapped in high-performance tires, round up the exterior look.
The cabin of the E63 S can be customized as well, with an “unlimited” choice of fine leather appointments and Alcantara, available in an “endless” selection of colors.
Brabus’ AMG E63 S can be bought as a complete car, but for the right sum, the tuner will also apply these upgrades to any current AMG E63.
Enthusiasts that want to see the new Brabus 700 live should head over to the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, where the vehicle will be displayed.